Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani previously appeared to be the ideal couple. When they got married in 2002, they were both at the pinnacle of their demanding careers—he with Bush and her with her band, No Doubt—but they managed to keep their romance going.

Kingston, 15, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, 7, were born during their 13-year marriage.


What went wrong, then? Months after Stefani requested a divorce (via People), US Weekly published a startling revelation in November 2015 that claimed Stefani decided to end her marriage because she discovered that Rossdale was having an affair with their nanny, Mindy Mann.

An informant claims that one of the couple’s other nannies discovered explicit text messages between Rossdale and Mann on their family’s iPad, which was connected to Rossdale’s account. Some of the communications included nude images of Mann and promises to meet up for sex.

Gwen Stefani Referred to Her Divorce from Gavin Rossdale as “Pain.”

Gwen Stefani refused to confirm the rumors of Gavin Rossdale’s alleged affair during an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine for their September 2016 issue, but she did share that she underwent months of torment after their breakup.


Stefani said at the time that “nobody knows the specifics about what occurred with Gavin other for my parents, the people involved, and anyone they told.” She continued, “If I could honestly describe what occurred, I went through months and months of torment, and nobody would believe it.”

Rossdale acknowledged that his most embarrassing moment involved “the grotesque and disproportionate specter of the breakdown of my marriage” to Stefani in a July 2020 interview with The Guardian.

We spent 20 years together, which is quite amazing in and of itself, he added. There were a lot of positives, and they’ll become more and more clear over time. “I still believe she’s fantastic.

It was a lovely 20 years, and we have three amazing children” (via People).


On the Set of The Voice, Where They Both Earn Millions of Dollars Each Season, They Fell in Love.

Even though they both have a long history in the music business, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani first connected while serving as coaches on “The Voice” in 2014. On “The Howard Stern Show,” Stefani stated, “I didn’t know him, but you get to know him on the set because he’s so funny and he’s so charming.


They were both married to musicians at the time: Stefani to rocker Gavin Rossdale and Shelton to country singer Miranda Lambert (here’s what really occurred between Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert).

Despite knowing this, Stefani posted a picture of herself and Shelton on Instagram shortly after their first encounter, along with the words “him” and a heart emoji.

Shelton and Stefani filed for divorce in the summer of 2015, one month apart from one another.

“Unbelievable that God would put us in a position to have each other at that moment, in that exact moment,” Stefani said to Howard Stern.

The gifted couple receives a large salary for their services on the competition show.

According to StyleCaster, each supposedly makes over $13 million every season.

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Wed in A Private but Grand Ceremony.

Many couples’ wedding plans were derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic, but Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani wouldn’t let anything stand in their way.

The happy couple wed on July 3, 2021, in a makeshift backyard chapel on their own property at Shelton’s Oklahoma ranch with only 40 guests present, as People reported at the time. One source said, “They were opposed to a circus.


Finally, all they wanted was to share this time with their loved ones.” Nevertheless, the details were appropriately stunning. They had a five-tiered cake with a traditional bride and groom on top that was elaborately decorated.

Stefani donned two Vera Wang dresses. The first was a stunning, deep-necked silk and tulle gown, and the second was a strapless minidress, which the No Doubt singer naturally wore with a pair of cowboy boot-style matching heels.

Brides estimated that Stefani spent around $10,000 on her first dress and $5,000 on her second. Meanwhile, her customized veil reportedly cost an additional $5,000. The reception eventually moved to Shelton’s second home in Kingston, which is located on the shore of Lake Texoma, and culminated in grand fireworks.